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Power cord length: 1m / 39.37in
Rear camera line length: 3m / 118.11in
Battery: DC3.7V 500mA
Adapter: Input: DC8V-36V; Output: DC5V2A
Picture format: JPG format;
TF card: Class10 high-speed card supports up to 32GB
Parking monitoring: support
Gravity sensing: support
Motion detection: support
Rear view: Support
Touch screen: support
Supported languages: English, Chinese, Russian, Thai
Advanced streaming technology:
And AHD (1280x720p) rear camera makes the driving rearview wider, compared with the traditional mirror, it has three times wider field of view than the traditional mirror.
24-hour parking monitoring:
After leaving the vehicle, the machine will remain asleep, and the current screen of the recording function recorder will turn on when an object in front of the sensor passes. (Requires connection with Micro step-down line to charge dvr, not included, needs to be purchased by customer)
Reverse safe parking:
When the car reverses, the car dvr will automatically switch to a rear camera with a parking line to ensure convenient and safe parking.
The product contains:
1x Driving recorder
1x Rear View Camera
1x Power cable
1x Mounting strap
1x English User Manual
2x Silicone strap
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